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Kappa subchapter of Phrateres was founded in
1933 . . . The group has not only taken an active part
in all-Phrateres affairs but has sponsored a well
rounded social program of its own.
Much of the group spirit has been inspired by its two
music majors, Margaret Cannon, senior pianist, and
Mildred Mielkey, senior vocalist.
Other stellar members are Yvonne Pendergrast,
Totem club member and all-Phrateres scholarship
chairman, Harriet Ansart, who has been an active
Y.W.C.A. Workerg Dorothy Peden, P.E. club
memberg and Mary Campbell, who took part in the
President, Mildred Mielkey
Vice-President, Harriet Ansart
Secretary, Dorothy Peden
Treasurer, Mary Campbell
Harriet Ansart, Gladys Birchdale, Margaret Cannon,
Mildred Mielkey, Yvonne Pendergrast.
Beulah Oleson, Aila Penttinen.
Mary Campbell, Nora Gordon, Dorothy Peden.
Mary Bunch, Evelyn Foster, Dorothy Fuller, Rhoda Gruner.
Elaine Jensen, Lois Law, Margaret McLachlan, Hope Smith,
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Nu subchapter of Phrateres was founded on the
campus in 1933.
One of the highlights of this year's social calendar
for the subchapters was the Chi-Nu barn dance with
all the trimmings at the West Seattle Community
club . . . Co-chairman for the event was Borgny
Steberg, who is newly-appointed room chairman.
Two chapter members who have been especially
active in all-Phrateres are Carolyn Anne May and
President, Carolyn Anne May
Vice-President, Dorothy Miller
Secretary, Dorothy Little
Treasurer, Daisy Anderson
Historian, Cordelia Peters
Gladys Hansen, Edith Williams, Dorothy Winoski.
Daisy Anderson, Carolyn Anne May, Dorothy Miller.
Grace Edwards, Anna Terk.
Dorothy Little, Borgny Steberg.
Virginia Adams, Geneva Beverly, Phyllis Gifford,
Betty McGandy, Katherine Nelson, Cordelia Peters,
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Freeman, Kramer, Sundberg Brilhart, Burns, Taft
Beta subchapter of Phrateres, founded in 1929, was
the Hrst to be organized. Beta has taken an active
part in Phrateres activities and has encouraged its
members to participate in all-University activities.
Outstanding activity women in the group are Edyth
Freeman, Phrateres treasurer, Mortar Board, Totem
Club, and B.A. Council secretary, and Joyce Smith,
Totem club and Phrateres social chairman who
planned all the mixers and informals for the year as
well as the annual banquet.
Beth Anderson has been an active worker in all-
Phrateres and Irene Hagerstrom deserves honorable
mention for composing the currently popular
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Vice-President, Edyth Freeman A ,' "
Secretary, Siri Sundberg - J I ,
Treasurer, Audrey Kramer ' 1 Q V- '
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Chimes subchapter of Phrateres was founded in 1934
and has taken an active part in all-Phrateres
Special mention should be given to Catherine Caraher,
Totem club and president of all-Phrateres.
Three other star performers are: Nancy Taft, "W"
Key, Phrateres membership chairman, and historian
for next yearg Mary Lou Burns, "WU Key, social-
service chairman and newly-elected Phrateres
secretaryg and Mary Brilhart, active Phrateres
member and Y. W. C. A. cabinet member.
An up-and-coming freshman is Jeanne Moody,
newly-appointed Phrateres scholarship chairman.
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Treasurer, Mary Lou Burns
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Doris Ainsworth, Beth Anderson, Edyth Freeman,
Audrey Kramer, Joyce Smith, Siri Sundberg,
Irene Hagerstrom, Helen Henson, Florence Lavender,
Virginia Bacheler, Enid Draper, Dolores Goodwin,
Bianca Biancone, Marion Cumbo, Katherine Heggam,
Gladys Homewood. Norinne Houghland, Frances Kwapil,
Marian McClelland, Mary Eleanor Mitchell.
Mary Brilhart, Catherine Caraher,
Mary Lou Burns, Nancy Taft.
Beatrice Carlson, Phyllis Cook, Opal Coy, Marjary Eagan,
Margaret Fitzhenry, Patricia Hicks, Ruth Jackson,
Blanche Lasky, Elizabeth Lewis, Eileen Medler,
Doris Moehring, Jeanne Moody, Marian Murray,
Eleanor Robinson, Margaret Sayre, Marjorie Sullivan.
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Busch, Cornwell, Simpkins
Xenia subchapter of Phrateres, founded in April,
1936, is one of the newest and is distinctive in that
many of its members are "Dorm girls."
Xenia's activity and social calendar is as complete as
those of the older groups and the members are
Adoree Zubli, newly-appointed social chairman of
all-Phrateres, has been president of McKee Hall and
social chairman of Independent House council, and
Marjorie Aikens is a junior Phi-Beta and new
standards chairman of all-Phrateres.
Especially active members are Barbara Simpkins,
who has been a Phrateres worker and Vice-President
of McKee Hall, Ellanore Cornwell, Y.W.C.A.g and
Winifred Kerr, up-and-coming Daily reporter.
President, Barbara Simpkins
Vice-President, Mary Busch
Secretary, Winifred Kerr
Treasurer, Ellanore Cornwell
Marjorie Aikens, Mary Busch, Ellanore Cornwell,
Ruth Griesinger, Barbara Simpkins.
Winifred Kerr, Betty Kray, Adoree Zubli.
jane Baumeister, Betty Bryan, Helen Campbell,
Patricia Doebblcr, Dorothy Hughes, Elaine Mallory,
Valdene Mason, Charlotte Oliver, Marjorie Powell,
Margaret Silverman, Molly Skillings, Hallie Thompson,
Betty Watson, Rosalea Wilcox, Wilma Wilcox,
NEW HOME FOR PHRATERES
Phrateres Federation is one of the
many organizations which have moved
into the Student Union Building
. . nine subchapters, in addition to the
Federation, have their
home in the new oflice.
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